This program is designed to teach the knowledge required to become a Pharmacy Technician. This program will give participants the knowledge of History of Pharmacy, The Foundation of Pharmaceutical Care. Pharmacy Law and Ethics for Technicians, Pharmaceutical and Medical Terminology and Abbreviations, Dosage Forms, Microbiology, Immunology and Vaccines, Safety in the Workplace, Nutrition, Drug Actions and Interactions, Medication Errors, Integumentary System, Musculoskeletal System, Nervous System, Sight and Hearing, Endocrine System, Cardiovascular System, Lymphatic System, Respiratory System, Urinary System, Digestive System, Reproductive System, Basic Mathematics, Measurement Systems, Calculation of Dosages, Hospital Pharmacy Practice, Community Pharmacy, Advanced Pharmacy, Extemporaneous Prescription Compounding, Sterile Compounding, Financial Management of Pharmacy Operations, Health Insurance, Documentation, Billing, and Collections, Inventory Control, Computers in the Pharmacy, Communications.
The course has online interactive presentation to keep the learners engaged in the learning process. Various quizzes are available within each module to evaluate the learner’s outcome, these quizzes will give the learner the feedback about their progress into the course as they proceed from one module to another.
This course is designed for learner’s who want to advance their career and are unable to do so, due to their work and person obligations.
At completion of the program the student will be awarded with a certificate of completion.
PROGRAM OUTLINE OF ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICAL ASSISTANTAdministrative Medical Assistant Career Healthcare Environment Legal and Ethical Issues in Healthcare Communication in Healthcare Office Environment and Being a Receptionist. Medical Office Procedures for Handling Telephone. Medical Office Procedures for Scheduling Appointments. Medical Office Procedures for Filing. Medical Office Procedures of Medical Records. Medical Office Record Keeping of Drugs and Prescriptions. Managing Written Information Procedure of Email and Mails in a Medical Office Environment Medical office Revenue Cycle. Medical Office Banking Fundamentals. Medical Office Bookkeeping Fundamentals. Medical Office Procedure Coding Fundamentals. Diagnostic Coding Fundamentals. Medical Office Fundamentals on Health Insurance Claims and its Submissions. Medical Office Management Duties Medical Office Financial Procedures.
PROGRAM MODULES OUTLINE
PROGRAM KEY DETAILS
1st & 15th of Every Month
Online or Oncampus
PROGRAM LEARNING OBJECTIVES & KEY TERMS
Demonstrate personal and interpersonal skills: professionalism, communication, critical thinking, time management, and problem solving.
Demonstrate an understanding of the laws and regulations of pharmacy practice.
Demonstrate an understanding of anatomy and physiology of each body system and the therapies and treatments used to treat common conditions of each body system.
Perform basic mathematical calculations used for medication dosages and compounding preparations.
Demonstrate an understanding of the role of the pharmacy technician in various pharmacy practices and duties.
Properly handle prescriptions, preparing prescriptions, dispensing prescriptions, and recordkeeping.
Perform procedures related to billing, inventory management, and purchasing.
Demonstrate responsible actions toward maintaining medication safety and avoidance of medication errors.
PROGRAM COMPLETION REWARDS
At successful completion, you will receive digital badges that can be used online to display your achievements.
At the completion of the program, you will be awarded with a program completion certificate.
With the completion of this program, you will also be awarded with Career Enhancement Clock Hours (CECH), that may be displayed on your resume.
Your completion also comes with a dedicated transcript that shows your areas of grades for each course you attended.